For those of you that have splurged on a brilliant 4K television and are looking to stream some crisp 4K video recorded from your Note 4, you’re in luck!
As from today, residents in the United States can buy a Moto 360 wireless Qi charger from either Best Buy’s online portal or from any of its 600 nationwide bricks-and-mortar stores.
The Eye Experience is coming to the HTC One (M8). On Tuesday, HTC will be rolling out a software update to the unlocked version of the One (M8) that includes Android 4.4.4 alongside the Eye Experience. The company’s vice president of Product Management, Mo Versi, tweeted the news on Monday night.
Other owners of the One (M8) should expect an identical update in early November.
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OnePlus announces JBL partnership and E1+ Earphones
Best Buy now stocks official Moto 360 chargers
MHL Adapter Charges your phone and Sends out 4K Video
Gameboy emulator comes to Android Wear because a watch needs those sort of things
I know that after I got my Moto 360 I was thinking to myself, man I would love to play Pokemon Red, or Mario on that thing. Given its small size, it would do wonders to bring back the glory days of me squinting at a tiny screen in an effort to beat whichever game I was playing. Well it looks like I, and anyone else with an Android Wear watch, will be able to do just that.
Samsung has sent out invites for a Galaxy Note 4 launch event it’s holding in India on Friday, October 15. According to the invitations, the handset will be available to purchase in stores from Sunday, October 17, and is expected to be priced at around Rs. 56,650.
Starting today, residents in the United States can pick up Huawei’s latest oversized smartphone, the Ascend Mate 2, in either black or white for $300 from third-party independent retailer, Newegg.
Facebook is about to get a lot stickier starting today. The social media network is unpackaging its stickers for the comments of a post. If you have never seen or even heard of Facebook’s stickers, just think of them as massive emojis with much more personality. Some stickers are fun and creative while others are absolutely bizarre.
This is the third major addition to the comments section since mid-2013. In May of that year, Facebook launched emoji support. Then, the comments section was covered in photographs the following month. Now there are stickers. All users will have access to stickers in comments within the next day.
Do you plan on using stickers often? Let us know in the comments (without stickers, please).
Source: Bob Baldwin (Facebook)
Samsung has pushed out a software update for the International variant of its flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 4, in preparation for its worldwide launch later this month.
Update ‘XXU1ANJ4′ weighs in at 36MB and transports bug fixes, stability improvements and speed enhancements, in addition to a line of code that “significantly” extends battery life.
In July, French telecommunications giant Iliad expressed interest to purchase a majority stake in T-Mobile. The offer at that time was roughly $15 billion for 56.6%. Recently, Iliad upped that number to take 67% at $36 per share. It was going all-in to get its foot into the United States wireless industry.
It all comes to an end today because T-Mobile’s parent, Deutsche Telekom, has “refused” to entertain the new offer. Iliad has announced its pursuit of T-Mobile is over and will move on. In somewhat of a jab at Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile, Iliad said in a press release that it will “continue its profitable growth policy as it has been conducted over the last 15 years in the interest of subscribers, employees and shareholders.”
This means that the door is still open for SoftBank to hop in and merge Sprint with T-Mobile.
Souce: Iliad (PDF)